Introduction: here are a couple of the demo-version assessment files I ceated yesterday. These, at the moment, are subject specific.

(Files for conducting the assessment of basic IT knowledge and skills:)

1. Demo - Just show the final marks. No hint or help with dropping the answer. The user could randomly choose any anwser.


2. Demo A - Will not accept wrong answer when dropped! no time log, just recording "wasted drags" - forced to learn, since the wrong answers will not be accepted.


3. Demo B - it records also time taken for each step. Does not work out the difference yet. show workings and statistics to reveal some of the thinking when answers were given.


Next, a skills based simulation will be built for students to assemble a computer, where the sequence of actions matters. I am aiming for completing this for BTEC teaching this year.

Then a troubleshooting simulation with built-in scenarios will be built for students to complete actual BTEC tasks, possibly next year.

 

Assemble a PC simulation

 


4. assemble a PC. hover to show name of component, click to install. No control at all.


5. assemble a PC. "Blocked if done in the wrong order". hover to show name of component, click to install.

 

6. assemble a PC. emails the details to the teacher. hover to show name of component, click to install. "Blocked if done in the wrong order".

 

needs a network session here

 

Troubleshooting

 

Troubleshooting a PC. " ".

Encoding exercises - ASCII table and more

ASCII exercises